William Roscoe

William Roscoe (8 March 175330 June 1831) was an English banker, lawyer, and briefly a Member of Parliament. He is best known as one of England's first abolitionists, and as the author of the poem for children ''The Butterfly's Ball, and the Grasshopper's Feast''. In his day he was also respected as a historian and art collector, as well as a botanist and miscellaneous writer. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Allen, Stephen
Published 1827
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by Vaux, Roberts
Published 1827
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by Collins, John
Published 1797
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by Tansillo, Luigi
Published 1800
--London--printed-- New-York: re-printed for William Cobbett, by John Furman
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